Turkmen - English Dictionary


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kürsinarmchairkürside oturmakto sit in an armchair
kürt1nKurd2adjKurdishkürt dilithe Kurdish language
kürüşgenmug, tankardmaňa bir kürüşge suw beriň!Give me a mug of water!colloq
küşt1nChessKüşt akylyň we paýhasyň oýnudyr.Chess is the game of wisdom and mind.küşt depdicomp.nkusht depditürkmen halkynyň milli tansy küşt depdidir.The national dance of the Turkmen nation is kusht depdi.a Turkmen circle dance, probably meaning, 'When s/he stepped into the circle.'
küşt2n1chessküşt oýnamakto play chessküşt tagtasychess-board2checkküşt bermekto put the king in checkküşt we ýatdyňcheckmate
küştçinchess playerMeniň doganym küştçüleriň arasynda iň ökdesi.My brother is the best chess-player.
kütekadj1blunt, dullkütek pyçakblunt knife2dull, slow, obtuse, dimkütek adamdull person3weak-sighted, having weak sightkütek güzli adama weak-sighted personmathematicskütek burçcomp.obtuse angleBiz geometriýada kütek burçy öwrendik.We studied obtuse angles in the geometry lesson.
küýnthought (of, about), ideaküýe gelmekto occur to, to come into the mind ofküýüne düşmekto think about something, be in thought about an ideaküý-pikircomp.nthoughtMen bar küý-pikirim nädip şäherden iş tapmak.My total preoccupation is to find a job in the city.
küýsemekv1to wish, want, desiresuw küýsemekto need a drink, to be thirsty2to miss, to yearn (for)yzyňy küýsemekto yearn for home, to miss home3to entreat
küýzen1juggor küýzea large jugbir küýze süýta jug of milkBrit2pitcherAmer
küýzegärnpotterMeniň daýym meşhur küýzegär.My uncle is a well-known potter.
kwadratkwa'dratcfinedördülnsquarekwadrat köksquare rootkwadrat metrsquare metrekwadrat deňlemequadratic equationmathematics
kwartiranflat, lodging, apartment(s)iki otagly kwartiratwo-room flat
kynky:nadjdifficult, complicated, hardkyn meseledifficult taskBu örän kyn mesele.It is a very difficult issue.
kynalmakcfkynlaşmakvto become difficultÝaşlara okuwdan soň iş tapmak kynaldy.It became difficult for young people to find a job after leaving school.
kynçylykky:nçylykcfproblemandifficulty, problemkynçylyklary ýeňip geçmekto overcome problemskynçylyk döretmekto make/cause problemskynçylyk çekmekto have problems, to be in difficulty
kynlaşmakky:nlaşmakcfkynalmakvto become difficult/hard/complicated (gradually)bu mesele gün-günden kynlaşýar.This problem is becoming increasingly difficult daily.
kyrknumfortykyrk ýaşly adama forty year old person
kyrkynjyadjfortiethkyrkynjy sahypapage fortykyrkynjy sannumber forty
kysmatnfate, destiny, fortunekysmatdakyny görmekto see if it's one's fate
kyssan1prosekyssa bilen ýazylan eserprose workkyssa ýazmakto write proseMen goşga garanda, kyssa okamagy has gowy görýärin.I like to read prose rather than a poem.2story, narrationkyssa aýtmakto narrate, to relatedurmuşyň kyssasycomp.nhumdrum nature of life
kyssaçyn1prose writerBerdi Kerbabaýew kyssaçy ýazyjy.Berdi Kerbabayev is a prose writer.2narrator, story-teller, novelist
kysymnsort, kind, typedürli kysymlydifferent kinds (of)Türkmenistana daşary ýurtlardan dürli kysymly traktorlar geldi.Different types of tractors came into Turkmenistan from foreign countries.
kyýamatkyýa:matn1doomsday, the end of the worldkyýamat günidoomsday, judgement dayreligious2commotion, troublekyýamat goparmakto create a commotion3needKyýamat güni goňşudan. In your hour of need help will come from your neighbour.başyňa kyýamat düşmekcomp.for misfortune to fall upon one's head